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are many thieves. lee cowan explains why. >> reporter: they are often brazen daylight attacks like this. a woman talk on her cell phone one minute, the next it's gone. and she's left in utter disbelief. that crime took place in san francisco where these days about half of all robberies involve a smartphone. >> it's like gold. >> reporter: in los angeles lieutenant paul vernon says cell phone thefts have increased a staggering 32%. in new york city, they're up 40%. >> now what we're seeing is cell phones overtaking, eclipsing money as the number one thing being stolen from you. and to me that's astounding. >> reporter: smartphones are easy to reprogram and resell. sometimes for hundreds of dollars. the fcc stepped in last year requesting wireless providers create a centralized database of ripped off phones, to make them easier to track and shuttoff. yet some like the iphone remain so valuable the attacks can turn violent. >> hi just gotten off of work. >> reporter: ashley he is dillo was at a bus stop texting her mom when it happened to her. >> i kind of thought it was like someone playi
of his house near loss angeles this morning to be interviewed by federal officers lee cowan tells us who this man is. >>> after most of the media surrounding his own had left after midnight when nokoola basili nokoola made his break for a squad car >>> covered head to toe a towel around his face authorities say he was headed to a meeting with federal probation officers disguised was his choice >>> nobody is arrested nobody is detained nobody in custody. >>> no koula had been under the microscope since the youtube club of the anti islamic found his attorney says the attention on his family is near the breaking point. >>> they keep the family prisoners in their own home if you disperse and within get out we appreciate it when we know more about what we will do will advise you. >>> little is known about no koula, a 55 4year old married father of three convicted of bank fraud in 2010 he used all in credit cards and fake identification is to steal $800,000 from six financial institutions released from prison last year but still under probation with strict rules including barred from accessing
. lee cowan tracks the investigation. today, california starts collecting sales taxes for every online purchase. ben tracy walks us through amazon's one million square foot response. and the royal family is not amused. seth doane has the latest on the photographs that have palace insiders seeing red. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> brennan: good evening. i'm margaret brennan. the pace of anti-american protests eased a bit today. u.s. marines arrived in yemen to bolster security at the american embassy. but another contingent was refused entry to sudan. the state department says tonight, it's ordering all non-essential personnel to leave both sudan and tunisia, these developments four days after the violent on theus consulate in libya that killed the u.s. ambassador and three members of his team. tonight we are getting our first look at the safe house that came under fire. charlie d'agata and a cbs news crew reached the building today. here's their report. >> reporter: the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi was just the beginning of a terrifying nigh
to the new a phone lee cowan with more. >>> often brazen daylight attacks a woman talking on herself on and the next it is gone she's left with disbelief during that crime took place in san francisco about half of all robberies and all the smart phone. >>> it is like gold >>> this detective says that's at increase 32%, in new york city up 40% >>> we'll see cellphones overtaking money as the number- one thing stolen during to me that is astounding >>> cellphones are easy to reprogram myself sometimes for hundreds of dollars the sec stepped in requiring providers create a centralized data base to make an easier to track and shut off during the i phone remain so valuable the attacks can turn violent. >>> shoes at a bus stop texting her mom when it happened to her >>> it was by thought someone was playing a prank on me but they were forceful and it would meet around it was not a joke >>> she tried to hold onto it and it got worse >>> his friend came to this side of me and hit me in the face twice >>> the key says police say the key is to be more aware. >>> when you wear ear but don't hea
to charlotte. the young keynote speaker, mayor of a major city, tells lee cowan about the day he met the president. >> somewhere in the conversation he asked if i was an intern. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: and good evening. on the first night of the convention here in charlotte. today the pentagon said a former navy seal, who was among those who shot osama bin laden, may (no audio) information in a new book. "no easy day" hit bookstores today at number one on the best seller list. the author, who writes under the pen name mark owen is the first member of seal team six to explain what happened in the raid on bin laden's compound in may of last year. owen has done one interview, which will air on "60 minutes" this sunday. tonight we have part of that interview in which owen tells us about the helicopter crash that might have scuttled the mission. in the interview, owen is disguised and his voice has been altered. was the plan to kilo osama bin laden or capture him before you went in? >> this was absolutely not a kill-only mis
, charities having trouble keeping their shelves stocked. as lee cowan report, food banks are having to compete with the presidential election. >> this is what survival looks like for nicole johnny and her 8-year-old daughter cheyenne. this isn't a grocery store. it's a portland food bank. without it, her family wouldn't eat. >> do i get embarrassed to come? i do. but is it necessary? yeah. >> she, like all others at the snow cap community charities, have to line up and take a number. >> 87. >> they have to get here early. food these days runs out fast. >> i wish i could say that it tugs at my heart now. it makes me mad. >> judy alley is in charge here and she's seen it all before. every election cycle, she says, donations drop and her shelves get emptier and emptier. >> i've been doing this 22 years. in presidential election years people donate to politics, to campaigns. that takes away what little money they'd be goifg charities. >> for the first time last year, the oregon food bank gave out more than a million emergency food boxes. a third who needed them the most were parents str
difficult. this year it's also the presidential election. lee cowan explains why. >> this is what survival looks like for nicole johnnie and her daught-old daughter cheyanne, it's not a grocery store but a aood bank. without her, her family wouldn't h. >> do i get embarrassed to come, i do. but is it necessary, yeah. >> reporter: she like all others t the snow cap community charities have to line up and take a number. >> 87. >> reporter: they have to get ly.e early. the food these days runs out fast. >> i wish i could say that it tugs at my heart now, it makes me mad. >> reporter: judy allie is in hargge here and she has seen it all before. y ery election cycle, she says, donations drop and her shelves get emptier an emptier. >> i have been doing there 22 years and in presidential election years, people donate to el politics, to campaigns. and that takes away what little money they would be giving to li charity. >> reporter: for the first time ast yeear the oregon food bank gve out more than a million emergency food boxes. a third of those who needed the most were parents struggling with
other across one very big desk. together, they've created some trail blazing shows. our lee cowan will now show us in this new season they are at it again. >> looks like a cross between my aunt pearl and an owl. >> larry king. yes. reporter: behind every sit-com there's a team of writers but there's bun duo in hollywood who has been sharing a writing brain ever since their days at beverly hills high. >> we had a really good time in this space. i feel like we're still having a good time. it's the same type of fun. >> let's put on a show. reporter: does everything have to be a gay event. >> when anything comes out of a closet it's a gay event. >> reporter: their latest show is a new comedy about an old friendship, their own. ahead on sunday morning. >> osgood: the new season is getting underway in the movies as well. bill whitaker offers us a preview of some coming attractions. >> reporter: movie studios are bringing out the big guns this fall. >> some men are coming to kill us. we're going to kill them first. >> reporter: a time of anticipation for audiences and critics alike. >> y
have memorable moments from the past coming up. lee cowan looks back at tv's longest running game show. >> here is the first item up for bids on the new "price is right!" >> it's a fur coat! >> reporter: when the "price is right" first aired on cbs in 1972, i was 7. whenever i was home sick from school, that's what my mom let me watch. >> honey is our winner! >> reporter: by the time i was in the sixth grade, i think i knew more about the price of an average household appliance than my parents did. >> a color tv! >> reporter: the thing is we all have those memories. we grew up with the notion of the surprise behind the curtain and ever mysterious price tag. >> you look at our set and there is 1972. and that's when we started. and i think it's a security blanket for people to a certain extent. what did you say? >> that could be arranged! >> i want a kiss. >> reporter: bob barker got more kisses than we will ever know all while his hair got a little more gray. >> he kissed me and he needs to shave, i got to tell you! when comedian drew carey took over affection kept right on going." so m
much at the top of his game. lee cowan will have our scouting report. >> announcer: gone! reporter: there are few voices better known in the world of baseball. and none that have lasted quite as long as the legendary vin scully. >> to be doing what i really love and to be allowed to have done it for so long, i had better get on my knees and give thanks. >> reporter: his fans give thanks every game, and he's not about to give up yet. "for the love of the game," talking baseball with vin scully later on sunday morning. >> osgood: two talented and undaunted sisters are the heart and soul of the rock band heart. and this morning tracy smith will tell their story. >> reporter: there has been sexism, addiction and some pretty ridiculous hair styles. but somehow heart's ann and nancy wilson conquered them all. >> we decided that nothing else would do but rock stardom. >> reporter: a rock'n'roll story with heart later on sunday morning. >> osgood: connect the dots is a labor of love from mo rocca focusing on a world renown artist with a singular obsession. >> reporter: the princess of poll
risks for americans serving overseas. as lee cowan reports, stevens believed the mission was worth it. >> reporter: libyan rebels were looking for a friend. in their fight against moammar gadhafi. they didn't have to look far to find a friend in chris stevens. instead of watching the country fight its bloody revolution, stevens boarded a cargo ship and returned to help. >> with characteristic skill, courage and resolve, he built partnerships with libyan revolutionaries and helped them as they planned to build a new libya sflr as much an architect as he was a cheerleader, quickly confirmed as ambassador, he couldn't contain his excitement. >> my name is chris stevens and i'm the new u.s. ambassador to libya. >> reporter: he made a video sbrousing himself to libya, but most of benghazi knew already who he was. >> i'm excited to return to l libya to continue the work we've started. >> reporter: but in the same city came his end four months later. >> he risked his life to stop a tyrant, then gave his life, trying to help build a better libya. >> reporter: stevens grew up in northern calif
for cancer research. as lee cowan reports, last night's show on network and cable outlets features some of television and film's brightest stars. >> i went skydiving ♪ >> it was just about everywhere you turned last night. for an hour of prime time, one of the leading cause was death. >> all the kings horses ♪ >> brought out sop of the leading names in hollywood. >> this evening, let us unite and stand up to cancer. >> the fundraiser was produced this year by actress gwyneth paltrow. >> i'm here tonight because i lost my father to cancer. >> it featured emotional tributes to survivors young and old. justin miller was one of them. >> i don't think about me. but if i ever do x i'm taking my legos with me. >> the numbers tell the story. cancer will affect one in two men and one in three women. and every four hours cancer takes another child. >> i remember your blue eyes smoets. ♪ >> singer taylor swift sang a song she wrote for a 4-year-old boy who lost his life. all the while, calls came in. >> thank you for donating. >> ohio, that's a first for me today. >> stand up to cancer stood
, if you don't mind. they really do come from a place called central casting. our lee cowan went there. ♪ you ought to be in pictures ♪ >> go right in and have a seat. reporter: these are some of the most familiar faces you'll probably never recognize hoping to be stereotyped... >> a mob guy. 60s or 70s. a lawyer. reporter: ... integrate. faces are photographed, body parts are measuredded. names don't matter here. it's all about size, shape and... >> your will smith of the world, your denzils, that's me. all day. >> reporter: leroy's is the classic hollywood dream. like everyone here he's hoping to become a hollywood extra. the extras are hollywood's house plants. cinematic wall flowers, the face in the crowd or perhaps just a crowd itself. they are the unknown souls drowning with leonardo decap pre-owe. >> never get behind people traveling with infants. >> reporter: they are those being chided by george choony. they are the israelites faithfully following charlton heston through the parted waters of the red sea or they're baseball fans. so naturally cheering on robert redford. in
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